Jonny Cruz

JONNY CRUZ as Jimmy Romero

Jonny Cruz has been a featured actor in such films as “Walking Tall: Lone Justice,” “Exit Speed” and “Haunting at the Beacon,” as well as in numerous shorts. He has appeared on several television series, including “General Hospital,” “Prison Break” and “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.” An experienced stage actor, Cruz is a former member of the well-known “Four Day Weekend” improv troop from Fort Worth and performs regularly with the musical group “Power Up” in California. He produced and performed in a webseries, “Cool Wheels,” which continues to enjoy an international cult following. [Read More]


Nathalie KelleyNATHALIE KELLEY as Gin Cross

Nathalie Kelley is a Peruvian-born, Australian-reared actress. In June 2006, Kelley had her breakout role in the film “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” the third installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise. Since then, she has appeared in such feature films as “Take Me Home Tonight,” “The Depraved,” and “Loaded.” She had a recurring role on the ABC crime drama television series “Body of Proof,” and has appeared in television shows “Lone Star” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.” Kelley played the love interest in the music video for the Bruno Mars song “Just the Way You Are” and played a vampire princess in the video clip “Luna Llena” from Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Baby Rasta Y Gringo. [Read More]


Hallee HirshHALLEE HIRSH as Micki Thorne

Hallee Hirsh began acting as a toddler and soon found herself on the naval-based show “JAG” as Matilda “Mattie” Grace Johnson. From there, she won roles in such feature films as “You’ve Got Mail,” “One True Thing,” and “Make the Yultide Gay.” She is well-known for her roles as Daley in the television series “Flight 29 Down” and as the second (and final) actress to portray Rachel Greene on the hit show “ER.” Starring alongside Kristen Stewart, Hirsh portrayed the role of Rachel Bruin in “Speak.” She is the recipient of two Youth in Film Young Artist Awards and was nominated for best acting awards for four other roles. She was nominated for Best Comedic Actress in a Feature Film at the 2009 Method Fest film festival for her work in “16 to Life” and won Best Actress for the same role and film at both the 2010 Tunis International Film Festival and the 2010 Alaska International Film Festival. Hallee is an honors graduate in Anthropology from UCLA and speaks fluent Chinese. [Read More]


Gregory JbaraGREGORY JBARA as Eric Volker

Gregory Jbara is a well-known Broadway actor, originating the roles of Dad in “Billy Elliot” (winning a Tony Award®), André Thibault in “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (garnering a Drama Desk nomination), Squash Bernstein in “Victor/Victoria,” and Sohovik in the 1994 revival of “Damn Yankees!” He also performed the lead role of Billy Flynn in “Chicago.” On the west coast, Jbara’s theatre credits include “Little Fish,” “Precious Sons” (winning a Garland Award), “The House That Jack Built,” “First Lady Suite” and “Oscar and Felix.” Jbara’s film career has been as impressive as his stage work, appearing in such movies as “Remember Me,” “In & Out,” “Enchanted,” “Ira & Abby,” “Big Miracle,” “One Fine Day,” “Exit Speed,” “Jeffrey,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and “The Out-of-Towners.” Jbara has played the role of Garrett Moore on the CBS hit, “Blue Bloods” for the past three seasons and has had guest-star and recurring roles on such series as “Grounded for Life,” “That’s Life,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Treme,” “The West Wing,” “Friends,” “Frasier,” and others too numerous to mention. [Read More– Official Website]


Robert PicardoRobert Picardo as Reverend Artemis Quaid

Robert Picardo’s career has endured for more than two decades and he is beloved by young and old alike. He may be best known for his portrayals of Dr. Dick Richards on ABC’s “China Beach,” the Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH), also known as The Doctor, on UPN’s “Star Trek: Voyager,” and Coach Cutlip on “The Wonder Years” (receiving an Emmy nomination). He has appeared in numerous feature films and television shows, including as The Cowboy in “Innerspace,” Ben Wheeler in “Wagons East,” and Richard Woolsey in the Canadian-American military science fiction television series “Stargate SG-1,” “Stargate Atlantis” and “Stargate Universe.” [Read More] [Official Website]


Steve Railsback

Steve Railsback as Sebastian Koenig

Steve Railsback, a student of Lee Strasberg and the Actors Studio, spent ten years working in theatre in New York and now has more than 60 movie and television credits to his name. He made his film debut in “The Visitors,” directed by Elia Kazan. Possessing what some call “the scariest-looking pair of eyes in the business,” Railsback has played the parts of two notorious murderers — appearing as Charles Manson in the 1976 television mini-series, “Helter Skelter,” and as Ed Gein in the 2000 film “In the Light of the Moon.” Railsback played the astronaut in Tobe Hooper’s “Lifeforce,” and garnered a Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Cameron in “The Stunt Man” with Peter O’Toole. Railsback appeared as Colonel James Vice in the television series “The Visitor,” and has appeared on numerous other television shows, including “Kojak,” “The Practice,” “Charmed,” and “The Mentalist.” [Read More] [Official Website]


Rocco NugentRocco Nugent as Eddie Inchley

Rocco Nugent is the son of rocker Ted Nugent, so has been on television since he was a baby. With appearances on MTV, VH1, E! Entertainment, CMT, the Outdoor Channel and multiple regional TV stations, Nugent is at home in front of the camera. His feature film credits include “Prom” and “Cheesecake Casserole.” [Read More]


John CannJohn Cann as Osmund

John Cann is President & CEO of Action P.A.C. Stunts, L.L.C. and a veteran of the entertainment industry. He has appeared in more than 100 feature films and television shows as an actor and stunt performer, including “Alamo,” “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “Hoodlum,” “Batman Forever,” “Tango and Cash,” “Predator 2,” “Home Fries,” “Exit Speed,” “Miss Congeniality, “Haunting at the Beacon,” “The Good Guys” and “Chase.” He performed stunts in more than 40 episodes of the hit television series, “Walker, Texas Ranger,” and was featured on “Hollywood’s Greatest Stunts” and “Entertainment Tonight” while performing a high fall / explosion backwards through a 5th story window. [Read More]


Sunny James Lohden … Pince

Pete O. Partida … Dicer

Everett Sifuentes … Grandpa Romero

Stephanie Rhodes … Naomi Kane

Glenn Bradley … Father William Reese

Jason Parker … Security Guard Parker

Ryan Martin … Security Guard Blake

Lissa Danshaw … Kiira

Tom Sowell … Master Demolitionist Big Tony

Tom Costello Jr. … Demolition Foreman

Ed Vaughan … Demolitionist

Mike Farris … City Hall Security Guard

Chuck Serafino … City Hall Bureaucrat

Ashley Seal … Club Girl 1

Blaire Foltz … Club Girl 2

Paul Coggins … Chief City Inspector

Heather Hendershot … City Inspector 1

Damion Rush … City Inspector 2

Michele B. McGraw … Medic

Taylor James Brandt … Medic

Alexis Bray … Coffee Shop Waitress

Dylan Wolfgang Tregoning … Coffee Shop Patron 1

Makari Elder … Coffee Shop Patron 2

Eric Elder … Coffee Shop Cook

Julia Boyd … Girl With Balloon

Shahin Saber … Sean